Baylen Linnekin

Keep Food Legal

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Executive Director of Keep Food Legal, a nonprofit that advocates for decreased regulation; lawyer and a columnist for the libertarian publication, Reason magazine

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Obesity is a major health problem in the United States, and sugar is one of the causes.

The Bitter Battle over Added Sugar in Your Food

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The agriculture industry has made food so cheap and so plentiful that one third of Americans are obese and another third overweight.  Twenty six million people have Type 2 Diabetes,…

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